Ambassador Post: The three most important lessons I’ve learned from NC State Entrepreneurship
Entrepreneurship Student Ambassador and College of Engineering student, Cedric Clyburn, shares his lessons from NC State Entrepreneurship and discusses how networking and failure have shaped his life.
Ambassador Post: How NC State Entrepreneurship Has Shaped My Career Path
Entrepreneurship Student Ambassador and College of Textiles student, Marissa Noon, shares her experience at NC State and discusses how entrepreneurship and mentorship have shaped her career path.
Your Guide to the 2021 eGames
Throw your hat in the ring for NC State Entrepreneurship’s eGames. Check out these frequently asked questions to learn more!
NC State Alumnus Leads Development of the First Rapid At-Home Test-Kit for COVID-19
Frankie Myers, director of engineering at Lucira Health and NC State alumnus led the design and development of the first at-home rapid COVID-19 test-kit. He shares insights into the innovative process the company took to bring the Lucira COVID-19 All-In-One Test Kit to market.
Innovation Hall Red Room – Spring 2021 Information & Rules
As we work toward a fall return, this article presents protocols and guidelines to help promote a safe and supportive environment at the Entrepreneurship Garage.
Creation Spaces Bring Ideas to Life
NC State creation spaces fuel student creativity across campus. Learn about our network of creation spaces available to student makers from all disciplines.
New Scholarship Supports Diversity in Entrepreneurship
The Alagu Periyannan and Theivanai Palaniappan Entrepreneurship Scholarship will benefit students with outstanding achievements in or involvement with entrepreneurship activities. Both Periyannan and Palaniappan strongly believe in the importance of diversity in entrepreneurship and STEM professions.
Spring 2021 – Entrepreneurship Garage Member Policy Updates
Learn about the protocols and guidelines to help promote a safe and supportive environment at the Entrepreneurship Garage.
Botta Named NC State’s 4th Marshall Scholar
Colton Botta, a December 2019 graduate in computer science with a minor in business entrepreneurship, is NC State’s fourth Marshall Scholar and one of only 46 nationwide in 2020. The two-year scholarship includes university fees, cost-of-living expenses, an annual book grant, a thesis grant, research and daily travel grants, and fares to and from the United Kingdom.
Your Guide To Holiday Shopping Ideas from NC State Alumni Owned Businesses
This holiday season, let’s band together to support NC State alumni-owned small businesses by buying directly from their e-commerce stores or purchasing a gift card. Happy shopping!